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    Finally did the RIO

    Took the side panel off, PTO switch is completely enclosed. Looked at the seat and said, not getting into that. Traced it out to the back and jumped out the sensor. Easily reversible. Read the lengthy RIO posts and After tracing the loop, jumped it out on the opposite plug of the one in the pictures on that thread. Wonder if JD changed the male/female configuration and enclosed the switch. Mine is a 2016.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firemark View Post
    jumped it out on the opposite plug.
    I had the same issue with my 2015! Since the plugs came as a set, I just plugged both. Figured that way it would help keep water and dirt out of the 'unused' one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firemark View Post
    Took the side panel off, PTO switch is completely enclosed. Looked at the seat and said, not getting into that. Traced it out to the back and jumped out the sensor. Easily reversible. Read the lengthy RIO posts and After tracing the loop, jumped it out on the opposite plug of the one in the pictures on that thread. Wonder if JD changed the male/female configuration and enclosed the switch. Mine is a 2016.
    Where in back of machine did you jumper sensor? at the reverse pedal?
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    I did mine under the seat with a plastic zip tie and have had no problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BMOPE View Post
    Where in back of machine did you jumper sensor? at the reverse pedal?
    If you face the rear of the rig, it is next to the left tire. You will see wire looms that might or might not be tie warped. Look for a verticle sensor and you will see a plug. Simply unplug it and jump out the harness side, not the sensor side. I had a male plug on the harness side. The sensor is a normally closed series control. I Put a Simpson VOM on it and stepped on reverse pedal and it went from approx 0 ohms to infinite. Clipped the terminal screw end off spade lugs and soldered a short wire.
    Chose a spade lug where the wire solder end is the right size to slide on the male pins in the harness plug. Bent the jumper in a U, dipped it in penetrox and slid on both male pins. Other than soldering it took 5 minutes. Wrapped both sensor plug and tucked it and jumper end plug in 3m electrical tape. Save your money on Amazon pre jumpered plug ends.

    To reverse, I take off tape pull jumper and replug harness to sensor. Easy acces and 5 min job.
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    I did the zip tie trick under the seat, worked great, easily put back in use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmorg10 View Post
    I did the zip tie trick under the seat, worked great, easily put back in use.
    I believe what they mean by the "zip tie trick" is to wrap a tie wrap around the reverse switch to keep the switch plunger depressed on all the time.
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    Pictures

    we need pictures of what you are doing

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    Will post a pic as soon as I get a chance. It was literally unplug from the sensor, insert jumper and done.
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    Here are pictures of the MBR (Mid, both, rear PTO) switch at the left rear of the diff.
    Jumper the wiring harness side of the connector. This will tell the tractor that the PTO is in rear only. When the PTO is in rear only, the tractor engine does not shut off when backing up.
    This bypass method also bypasses the seat switch.

    I also attached a picture of the connector from Amazon. If you buy this connector, you can simply jumper the two pins in the wiring harness half and use the other half to plug on the MBR valve connector end to keep the dirt out.

    Pros with this RIO bypass method.....
    Does not require cutting any wires
    Does not require removing engine covers or floor pan
    Easy to put back to OEM

    Cons......
    Digital PTO display indicates off the rear PTO all the time. So, when using the mid PTO, the RPM readout will show 540 RPM rather than 2000 RPM.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 1025R MBR Switch Plug_1.jpg 1025R MBR Switch Plug_2.jpg Weatherpack 2 Pin Connector.jpg
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